Probing into files and file extensions

Thursday, February 12, 2009

There are times when we get across errors involving files. For instance, we could not open a certain file format after removing a software that was previously associated with it.

Recently, I have uninstalled Adobo Photoshop from my computer after not using it for a long time because I thought it was taking too much space and memory. However, I did not realize that certain file formats have been associated with it, such as picture files in .PNG, PDF documents and others. In effect, opening these files created some errors.

What happens actually, according to the file extension repair service, is that there are inconsistencies in registry that needs to be corrected. Common errors in registry include problems in File Extension DLL.

On the side, it's also rich resource of an exhaustive list of file extension definitions from A to Z, all the numeric numbers and some special characters.

3 comment(s):

SEDONA said...

Thanks for sharing the information.

Boris said...

thanks for the site.

hmm... suggestions? well i think you should read this blog entry of mine

pchi said...

@sedona and @boris

thank you for leaving comments

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